Brandon Randolph took his unofficial visits to USC last week and San Diego State on Tuesday, two schools in which Randolph has expressed considerable interest.
Randolph is a 6 ’1″and 175 pound point guard from St. Bernard High School in Playa Del Rey, California, with offers from Pepperdine and San Diego State. Interest for the guard is pretty extensive in the Pac-12, with eight schools in the hunt for Randolph, in addition to VCU out east.
Rivals rates Randolph as a 3-star point guard and a top 150 athlete. But, he is one of the most underrated point guards in the 2013 recruiting class, and we have him as a solid 4-star recruit.
He is an intriguing point guard who can play multiple positions on the court, and he’s yet to announce a Top 5, though he’s been raving about his visit to San Diego State today via twitter.
Randolph is an impressive recruit that plays with excellent strength and a lot of effort. He shows both speed and leadership on the court, and is a point guard who is not afraid to battle it out on the board to get a rebound. Exceptional speed and ball handling helps him glide through the key and allows him to take the shot he wants. Randolph has unbelievable accuracy from the three-point line and is a scorer who prides himself on that ability.